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first_imgMONDAY MARCH 26Midlands Park Hotel Under-13 Football League Division 3 St Pauls V Spink 6.30pm in EmoThe Rock V Ballyroan Abbey 6.30pmO’Dempseys V Stradbally Parish Gaels 6.30pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-13 Football League Division 1Killeshin Crettyard V Kilcavan 6.30pm in KilleshinWEDNESDAY MARCH 28Midlands Park Hotel Under-15 Football League Division St Joseph’s V Rosenallis 6.30pmPortlaoise V Ballyroan Abbey 6.30pmPortarlington V St Pauls 6.30pmGraiguecullen V Na Fianna Og 6.30pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-15 Football League Division 2 Group ABallyfin V O’Dempseys 6.30pmClonaslee St Manmans V Mountmellick 6.30pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-15 Football League Division 2 Group BStradbally Parish Gaels V The Heath in Stradbally 6.30pmKilleshin Crettyard V Ballylinan in Killeshin 6.30pmPortlaoise B V Park Ratheniska Spink 6.30pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-15 Football League Division 3Camross V The Harps 6.30pmRathdowney Errill V Clough-Ballacolla in Errill 6.30pmTHURSDAY MARCH 29Laois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 1A Round 2Rosenallis V St Fintan’s Mountrath at 6.45pmLaois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 1 Round 1St Joseph’s V Portlaoise 8pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-15 Football League Division 3The Rock V Ballyroan Abbey at 6.30pmFRIDAY MARCH 30Laois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 1B Crettyard V Mountmellick in Mountmellick at 6.45pmLaois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 2 Round 2Kilcavan V Clonaslee St Manmans 6.30pmLaois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 1B Round 1Killeshin V Emo 6.30pmLaois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 2 Round 2Barrowhouse V Annanough 6.30pmPark Ratheniska V Ballyfin 6.30pmLaois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 3 Round 1Ballylinan V Ballyroan Abbey 6.30pmLaois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 4 Round 1Spink V The Harps 6.30pmLaois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 1 Round 2Rathdowney Errill V Castletown 6.30pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-15 Hurling League Division 1Camross V Rathdowney Errill 6.30pmRosenallis V Portlaoise 6.30pmBorris in Ossory Kilcotton V Castletown Slieve Bloom 6.30pmClough-Ballacolla V The Harps 6.30pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-15 Hurling League Division 2 Round 1Na Fianna V St Pauls Portarlington 6.30pmRaheen Parish Gaels V Clonaslee St Manmans 6.30pmSt Fintan’s Mountrath V Ballinakill 6.30pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-13 Football League Division 3 Round 3Stradbally Parish Gaels V Portlaoise 6pmBallyroan Abbey V O’Dempseys 6pmSATURDAY MARCH 31Allianz Football League Division 4 FinalCroke Park TBC Laois v CarlowLaois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 1 Round 2Clough-Ballacolla V Abbeyleix St Lazarians 6.30pmLaois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 1A Round 2Rathdowney Errill V Ballinakill 6.30pmSUNDAY APRIL 1Ladies National Football League Division 2Laois v Tyrone 2pm TBCNational Camogie League Division 2Dublin v Laois TBCLaois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 1 Round 2 (Senior Inter County Hurlers Available)The Harps V Portlaoise 2pmCamross V Borris in Ossory Kilcotton 2pmLaois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 1A Round 2 (Senior Inter County Hurlers Available)Ballyfin V Clonaslee St Manmans 6.45pmLaois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 2 Round 2Courtwood V O’Dempseys 2pmGraiguecullen V St Joseph’s 2pmLaois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 4 Round 1Crettyard V Arles/Kilcruise 2pmRosenallis V Emo 2pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-17 Hurling League Division 1 Round 1Ballinakill Gaels V Camross Na Fianna 6pm in RatheniskaMidlands Park Hotel Under-17 Hurling League Division 2 Round 1Clonaslee St Manmans V Portlaoise 12pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-17 Football League Division 1 Round 1Sarsfields V Emo Courtwood The Rock 12pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-13 Football League Division 1 Round 3Stradbally Parish Gaels V St Joseph’s 12pmSt Pauls V Ballyroan Abbey 12pmKilcavan V Portlaoise 12pmGraiguecullen V Portarlington 12pmBallylinan V Killeshin Crettyard 12pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-13 Football League Division 2 Group B Round 1Mountmellick V Na Fianna Og at 12pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-13 Football League Division 3 Round 3Spink V The Rock 12pmMONDAY APRIL 2Laois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 2 Round 2Mountmellick V The Harps 2pmCastletown V Slieve Bloom 2pmTrumera V Clough-Ballacolla 2pmBorris in Ossory Kilcotton V Shanahoe 2pmLaois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 2 Round 1Clough-Ballacolla V Castletown 2pmLaois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 1B Round 1Rosenallis V Arles/Killeen 4pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-17 Football League Division 1 Round 2 (Minor Inter County Players Available)Portarlington V Killeshin Crettyard 2pmThe Heath V Portlaoise 2pmEmo Courtwood The Rock V St Joseph’s 2pmBallyroan Abbey V Sarsfields 2pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-17 Football League Division 2 Group A Rd 2 (Minor Inter County Players Available)Ballylinan V O’Dempseys 2pmGraiguecullen V Na Fianna Og 2pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-17 Football League Division 2 Group B Rd 2 (Minor Inter County Players Available)Clonaslee St Manmans V Rosenallis 2pmThe Harps V Spink 2pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-13 Hurling League Division 1 Round 2Castletown Slieve Bloom V Camross 4pmClough-Ballacolla V Portlaoise 4pmThe Harps V Rathdowney Errill 4pmBorris in Ossory Kilcotton V Abbeyleix St Lazarians 4pmMidlands Park Hotel Under-13 Hurling League Division 2 Round 2Ballinakill V Raheen Parish Gaels 4pmRosenallis V Clonaslee St Manmans 4pmSt Pauls Portarlington V Na Fianna 4pmPark Ratheniska-Timahoe V St Fintan’s Mountrath 4pmSEE ALSO – Tributes paid to young Portarlington woman following sad passing Previous articleTributes paid to young Portarlington woman following sad passingNext articleLaois footballers trip to Croke Park confirmed Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Community Facebook Facebook Laois County Council create ‘bigger and better’ disability parking spaces to replace ones occupied for outdoor dining WhatsApp Pinterest TAGSLaois GAA Fixtures Council By Alan Hartnett – 26th March 2018 Pinterestcenter_img Twitter The Laois senior footballers are set to take on Carlow once again this weekend in the Division 4 football final.John Sugrue’s men qualified for it by narrowly beating their neighbours yesterday.While the GAA have not confirmed the time yet, we know that it will take place on Saturday in Croke Park.And ahead of that, games have been rearranged to accommodate supporters who wish to travel.County Board Secretary Niall Handy said: “As previously notified all Football Fixtures for next Saturday have been rescheduled for Friday, Sunday or Monday next weekend.“This is to accommodate supporters wishing to attend Allianz Football League 4 Final on Saturday.”There are now two games due to take place on Saturday.See all the fixtures below: Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Laois County Council team up with top chef for online demonstration on tips for reducing food waste Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Home GAA Camogie Changes to Laois GAA fixtures ahead of National Football League final GAACamogieSportGaelic Football WhatsApp Rugby Changes to Laois GAA fixtures ahead of National Football League finallast_img read more

first_img LIVE FROM GSMA MOBILE 360 MIDDLE EAST: Mobile operators should think carefully about new business areas they move into if they are to generate additional revenue streams. That was the underlying theme from a keynote panel comprising C-level executives from Etisalat, Ooredoo and STC.“Not everything will work everywhere for every segment,” Khalifa Al Shamsi, chief digital services officer for Etisalat Group, warned. “Focus is the main thing in the industry at the moment. We are spreading out our troops over so many verticals,” he said, noting the importance of relevance of services to individual markets.Al Shamsi advised operators not to chase revenue in areas where consumers have flocked to OTT players. With music streaming for example, implementing operator billing for these services is more likely to generate income than developing a competing service, he argued.“You have to differentiate the reason why things are happening and why it’s relevant in your market. You have to look at the complete value chain,” he commented.Cenk Serdar, chief consumer officer of STC, agreed that different markets need different approaches: “How many of the models are applicable across the globe? Because there are certain circumstances that make them successful in one market and not another,” he explained.Citing the mPesa mobile money service in Kenya, Serdar suggested the service may have been less of a success if the operator that rolled it out, Safaricom, hadn’t been so dominant.Cynthia Gordon, chief commercial officer for Ooredoo, also highlighted the importance of understanding the difference between markets. “Most of our customers will access content on a 2G network on a basic feature phone. We see significant growth in that opportunity. But we need to be realistic – not everyone has an iPhone,” she noted.Turning to the topic of smart cities, Gordon said that while the concept is being pioneered in well-organised cities — such as in the UAE — implementation of the ideas in cities with less developed infrastructure, such as Jakarta in Indonesia, will be more of a challenge. Home Operators advised to choose battles in search for new revenue Author Related Rakuten adds Etisalat to RCP open RAN list Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 14 OCT 2014 Previous ArticleOi says several parties – including Altice – interested in PTNext ArticleGreece snares €381M in spectrum auction Etisalat to bring open RAN to Afghanistan Tim Ferguson Tim joined Mobile World Live in August 2011 and works across all channels, with a particular focus on apps. He came to the GSMA with five years of tech journalism experience, having started his career as a reporter… More Read more Smartphone wholesale revenue tipped for bumper year EtisalatmarketsOoredooOTTrevenueServicesSTClast_img read more